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Robin Zander's Guide to Dance

Design for Dance presents:
Robin Zander's Guide to Dance

Learn more: http://designfordance.org/

Dance has the potential to promote health and happiness in people of all ages.

Today's options for dancing are too limited. People need new ways to bring dance into their daily lives to reap the physical, mental, and social benefits. We present strategies to move people to action.

Working together, we will discover new solutions for bringing dance into the lives of millions.

Find out more at http://designfordance.org/

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Robin Zander's Guide to Dance

  1. 1. Design for Dance presents: The Top 10 Dance Resources you need to know curated by Robin Zander (a.k.a. Dance Commander)
  2. 2. Dance Dojo Take your first steps online.
  3. 3. Dance at Anna persuaded Google to build dance studios on their Mountain View campus. Why? Because dance gets people moving who don’t otherwise.
  4. 4. Trance The world’s largest community for dance
  5. 5. Empowering Children Through Dance What happens when middle school kids dance? Watch Tatiana Webb on TEDx: “Proven Steps to a Better Classroom”
  6. 6. Girl Learns to Dance in a Year KarenX.com
  7. 7. Wren LaFeet Join the movement revolution.
  8. 8. Woman Dances Before Surgery Deborah Cohan’s Pre-Double Mastectomy Flash Mob and healing journey
  9. 9. Instant Recess • Remember when we were 8 and would move… for fun? • Kaiser Permanente, among other companies, hosts a regular “Instant Recess” for employees. • Everyone should have this much fun at work!
  10. 10. Community-based arts organizing How Boise, Idaho became an arts mecca.
  11. 11. How to get every man to dance Ben Weston, Men’s Dance Coach
  12. 12. Design for Dance Brought to you by Design for Dance an annual conference at Stanford University Curated by Robin Zander (Dance Commander) Join us May 7, 2015

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Design for Dance presents: Robin Zander's Guide to Dance Learn more: http://designfordance.org/ Dance has the potential to promote health and happiness in people of all ages. Today's options for dancing are too limited. People need new ways to bring dance into their daily lives to reap the physical, mental, and social benefits. We present strategies to move people to action. Working together, we will discover new solutions for bringing dance into the lives of millions. Find out more at http://designfordance.org/

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